Thirteen students on the Raymore-Peculiar High School girls volleyball team were taken to hospitals after their school bus crashed with another vehicle Monday afternoon in Lee’s Summit. None of the injuries was thought to be life-threatening.
Thirteen students on the Raymore-Peculiar High School girls volleyball team were taken to hospitals after their school bus crashed with another vehicle Monday afternoon in Lee’s Summit. None of the injuries was thought to be life-threatening. BRIAN DAVIDSON Special to The Star
Thirteen students on the Raymore-Peculiar High School girls volleyball team were taken to hospitals after their school bus crashed with another vehicle Monday afternoon in Lee’s Summit. None of the injuries was thought to be life-threatening. BRIAN DAVIDSON Special to The Star

Thirteen taken to hospitals after bus carrying Raymore-Peculiar volleyball team crashes

October 20, 2014 5:35 PM

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